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2011 Season Preview

Eagles Expect To Contend Again In 2011 Bridgewater College enters the 2011 baseball season looking to win back-to-back ODAC titles. The Eagles return an experienced lineup, but a young pitching staff must prove it can produce in order for the Eagles to contend. The conference coaches believe the Eagles have enough talent to repeat as they tabbed the Eagles as the favorite in the ODAC Coaches Preseason Poll. The Eagles topped the poll with 90 points in the voting, two points ahead of Randolph-Macon. Bridgewater collected an ODAC-best 13th conference title in 2010. The Eagles defeated Lynchburg twice on the tournament’s final day to hoist the conference trophy. Bridgewater made its eighth trip to the NCAA tournament where the Eagles lost two straight to end their season. The Eagles return a potent offensive attack to the diamond in 2011, led by seniors Kevin Kirk and Brett Howell. Kirk returns to his starting spot in left field. As a junior, he led the Eagles with a .398 batting average and was named second-team All-ODAC. Howell hit .288 with 31 RBIs and a team-leading eight homers. Also back is starting catcher Devon Snow. The junior is one of the top defensive catchers in the conference and last year he hit for a .391

average. He is also one of the top base-stealing threats in the ODAC as he finished with 15 steals in 18 attempts a year ago to lead the BC team. Andrew Hacker and Jonathan Mason both turned in solid freshman campaigns and should step into full-time starting roles. Hacker saw plenty of at-bats as the team’s DH where he hit .331 with five homers and 35 RBIs. Hacker will see time at 1B and DH this season. Mason, who hit .311 as a freshman, should move into one of the starting spots in the outfield. On the mound, the Eagles will be young and untested. Leading the staff will be junior Kevin Chandler. Chandler posted a 6-4 record in 2010, tying for the team lead in victories. He finished with a 6.23 ERA and 45 strikeouts in 69.1 innings. Sophomore Joseph Lucas had a strong freshman year with a 1-0 record, one save and a 3.64 ERA in 13 appearances. Lucas should assume a spot in the starting rotation this season. Returning pitchers Jake Wade, John Bayse and Mark Smith will look to step into prominent roles on the staff this season. Five promising freshmen and transfer Tyler Milstead will also vie for innings on this year’s staff.


Curt Kendall, Head Coach Curt Kendall, the winningest coach in Bridgewater baseball history with a 569-368-8 record, is starting his 26th season as the Eagles’ skipper. Since taking over the program in 1986, Kendall has led BC to 11 Old Dominion Athletic Conference tournament championships and 11 ODAC regular season titles. In addition, Kendall has been honored as the league’s Coach-of-the-Year four times. Kendall’s latest title run came a year ago when the Eagles claimed the 2010 ODAC baseball championship. The Eagles made their seventh trip to the NCAA Division III tournament where they were eliminated in two straight games. Bridgewater finished the 2010 season with a 23-20-1 record. A 1981 graduate of Bridgewater, Kendall played third base on the Eagles’ 1978 ODAC championship team and remained with the program as an assistant to head coach Tom Kinder following graduation. After helping lead the Eagles to another ODAC crown in 1985, Kendall took over as head coach the following year and guided BC to a then-school record 23 victories and the ODAC regular season and tournament titles. The 1988 season saw the Bridgewater program reach even greater heights. The Eagles again broke the school record for victories in a season, going 25-8 and again capturing the ODAC regular season and championship titles. Bridgewater was ranked as high as 16th in the country and Kendall was named the College Division Coach-of-the-Year in the state of Virginia. The following season, the Eagles compiled a 21-9 mark and added yet another ODAC regular season crown and finished the season ranked 18th in the country. Kendall’s career took another step forward in 1994 when the Eagles tied a school record for victories with a 25-11 record. The Eagles earned their sixth ODAC championship and the fourth during Kendall’s tenure. The Eagles were rewarded with an invitation to the NCAA Division III South Regional Tournament, the first in the school’s impressive baseball history. Kendall’s team continues the success story in 1995, as the Eagles finished with a 25-10 record and the ODAC regular season title and tournament championship. That team made its second consecutive trip to the South Regional and landed four players on the All-South Region team, including All-American catcher Buck Gordon. The following year, Kendall directed the 1996 team to a school-record 27 wins and a 16-0 ODAC mark. The team set a league record for conference wins and became only the second team in school history to go through league play with a perfect record. Bridgewater proceeded to win all three of its ODAC Tournament games to earn Kendall an unprecedented sixth tournament title. The Eagles made their third trip to the NCAAs under Kendall during the 1999 season, finishing with a 26-19 overall mark and an 11-5 ODAC record. BC defeated W & L to win the conference tournament and they won its first-ever NCAA regional game, defeating Methodist, 16-6. In 2000, the Eagles established a new school record for victories by finishing the season with a 28-14 record.

Bridgewater finished the 2001 season with a 26-16 overall record and tied for first in the regular season standings with a 13-3 mark. The Eagles then won the ODAC tournament to earn a trip to the NCAA South Regional. Kendall was named the ODAC’s Coach of the Year. In 2002, the Eagles claimed the ODAC regular season crown with a 13-2-1 record and then won the tournament title to earn another trip to the NCAA tournament. Kendall was once again named ODAC Coach of the Year. The Eagles lost to eventual regional champion Christopher Newport in the first round of regional play and was eliminated by Methodist, a team that had been ranked No. 1 in the nation in the Division III baseball poll for most of the 2002 season. In 2006, the Eagles reached the 30-win plateau for the first time in college history, finishing with a 32-14-1 record. The Eagles finished first in the ODAC regular season race and received an atlarge bid to the NCAA Division III tournament. In 2007, the Eagles won the ODAC tournament tto earn another trip to NCAA regional play and last year, the team finished with a 24-17- record. Kendall is an active member of the American Baseball Coaches Association and has participated on the NCAA Division III South Region Selection Committee in previous seasons. He has also served as the chairman for the ABCA Division III South Region AllAmerican Selection Committee and as the region’s representative on the 1997 Division III Championship game committee. In addition to his duties as head baseball coach and Director of Athletics, Kendall is an assistant professor in Bridgewater’s Department of Health and Physical Education and holds a Master’s of Science in Education from James Madison University. He lives in Bridgewater with his wife, LeAnn. They have two daughters Brooke, a BC graduate, and Kelly, now a student at Bridgewater.


Ben Spotts, Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Former Bridgewater baseball standout Ben Spotts is beginning his 14th year as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at his alma mater. A three-year starter at first base, Spotts was an integral part of BC’s NCAA tournament teams in 1995 and ‘96 and earned second-team All-ODAC honors in 1997 after hitting .344 his senior season. He was also chosen to the 1995 All-ODAC tournament team after collecting seven hits in 14 at-bats during the Eagles’ championship run, and finished his playing career with 111 hits and a .323 lifetime average. In addition to his recruiting duties, Spotts is heavily involved with the team’s hitters, outfielders and corner players. Spotts works in the college’s athletic department as the compliance officer. During the summers of 2003 and 2004, Spotts served as an assistant coach for the Waynesboro Generals in the Valley Baseball League. A native of Fishersville, Va., Spotts graduated in 1997 with a degree in History & Political Science. He also holds masters of science in kinesiology from James Madison University. He married the former Angie Yohe, a 1998 Bridgewater graduate, in the summer of 1999. The couple reside in Verona, with their daughter Landon and son, Brady.

Scott Hearn Assistant Coach Former Bridgewater College baseball standout Scott Hearn is beginning his fourth year as an assistant coach with the Eagles. Hearn (‘03) played four seasons with the Eagles and was an All-ODAC first-team selection three times and an All-ODAC second-team selection as a senior. He finished his playing career as the College’s all-time leader in hits (235), runs batted in (165), doubles (54), extra base hits (87), and total bases (376). Following his playing career, Hearn coached one year at Old Dominion University. Hearn will work with the hitters and outfielders this season.


2011 Bridgewater Baseball Roster No. Name 1 Nick Fulk 2 Devon Snow 3 Alex Nuttycombe 4 Kevin Kirk 5 Matt Maher 6 Joseph Lucas 7 Bryan Sanderson 8 Alex Hogge 9 Derek Shifflett 10 Zach Hynes 11 Tyler Milstead 12 Kyle Henshaw 13 Brett Howell 14 Tyler Conley 15 Tyler Slanovec 17 Jay Thompson 18 Jonathan Mason 20 Christian Armstrong 21 Robert Gallet 22 Kevin Chandler 23 Ryan Smith 24 Andrew Hacker 25 Jake Wade 26 Tanner Croy 27 Dustin Arrowood 28 Mark Smith

Pos. OF/2B C/OF 2B OF 2B/OF P SS/3B C P/OF IF/OF P P 3B/1B P/OF P IF OF P/OF P P C/OF 1B/P P P/OF P/1B P

Cl. Fr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So.

B/T R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/L R/R L/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R L/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R S/R

Ht. 5-9 5-7 5-11 5-8 5-9 6-1 5-9 5-7 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-1 6-5 5-9 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-0

Wt. 155 180 185 150 145 150 170 185 165 180 200 160 190 155 190 185 185 165 180 190 165 215 200 220 195 190

Hometown/High School Fulks Run, Va./Broadway Manassas, Va./Osbourn Newport News, Va./Menchville Manassas, Va./Osbourn Hamilton, N.J./Steinert Waynesboro, Va./Waynesboro Lynchburg, Va./Jefferson Forest Chesapeake, Va./Atlantic Shores Verona, Va./Fort Defiance Glen Allen, Va./Deep Run Dayton, Va./Turner Ashby New Kent, Va./New Kent Manassas, Va./Osbourn Broadway, Va./Broadway Easton, Pa./Freedom Waynesboro, Va./Waynesboro Sterling, Va./Park View Spotsylvania, Va./Spotsylvania Stafford, Va./North Stafford Harrisonburg, Va./Harrisonburg Warrenton, Va./Fauquier Mechanicsville, Va./Lee Davis Lynchburg, Va./Rustburg Bridgewater, Va./Turner Ashby Rustburg, Va./Rustburg Westminster, Md./Westminster


Brett Howell, Sr., IF Manassas, Va., Osbourn Led Eagles in homers in 2010 with eight...hit .288 with 31 RBIs.


Kevin Kirk, Sr., OF Manassas, Va., Osbourn Led Eagles in hitting in 2010 witha .398 average...Second-Team AllODAC selection.


Jake Wade, Sr., RHP Lynchburg, Va., Rustburg 2010: Made 14 appearances on the mound...was 0-4 with 7.43 ERA.


Alex Hogge, Sr., C Chesapeake, Va., Atlantic Shores Hit .186 in limited action as a junior.


Devon Snow, Jr., C/OF Manassas, Va., Osbourn

2010: Finished season with a .391 batting average...led the team in steals with 15.


Alex Nuttycombe, Jr., IF Newport News, Va., Menchville 2010: Hit for a .253 average and earned the starting job at second base.


Kevin Chandler, Jr., RHP Harrisonburg, Va., Harrisonburg 2010: Finished with a 6-4 record to tie for team lead in wins...had a 6.23 ERA and struck out 45 batters.


John Bayse, Jr., RHP York County, Va., Grafton

2010: Made 11 appearances with a 1-1 record and a 6.63 ERA.


Joseph Lucas So., RHP Waynesboro, Va. Waynesboro H.S..

Jonathan Mason So., OF Sterling, Va. Park View H.S..

Christian Armstrong So., OF/LHP Spotsylvania, Va. Spotsylvania H.S..


Andrew Hacker So., 1B/DH Mechanicsville, Va. Lee-Davis H.S..

Mark Smith

So., RHP Westminster, MD. Westminster H.S..

Matt Maher So., IF/OF Hamilton, N.J. Steinert H.S..


Zach Hynes, Fr., IF

Robert Gallet, Fr.., RHP

Tyler Milstead, Sr., LHP

Dustin Arrowood, Fr..

Glen Allen, Va. Deep Run H.S..

Dayton, Va. Turner Ashby H.S..

Transfer this season from Ferrum College

Jay Thompson, Jr.., IF Waynesboro, Va. Waynesboro H.S..

Transfer this season from Lenoir (NC) Community College

Stafford, Va. North Stafford H.S..

RHP/1B Rustburg, Va. Rustburg H.S..

Bryan Sanderson, Fr.., IF Lynchburg, Va. Jefferson Forsest H.S..

Nick Fulk, Fr.., OF/IF

Ryan Smith, Fr..,C/OF

Dillon Via, Fr.., RHP

Jeff Buckler, Fr..,C

Fulks Run, Va. Broadway H.S..

Crozet, Va. Western Albemarle H.S..

Warrenton, Va. Fauquier H.S..

Louisa, Va. Louisa H.S..


Tyler Conley, Fr.., OF/LHP

Matt Lenox, Fr..,IF

John Lezcano, Fr.., OF

Tres Winkler, Fr.., RHP

Tyler Hoffman, Fr.., C

Tyler Slanovec, Fr.., RHP

Broadway, Va. Broadway H.S..

Jefferston, Va. Culpeper H.S..

Verona, Va. Fort Defiance H.S..

Kyle Henshaw, Fr.., RHP New Kent, Va. New Kent H.S..

Fredericksburg, Va. Courtland H.S..

Orange, Va. Orange H.S..

Easton, Pa. Freedom H.S..


Eagles Road To The ODAC Title Began With A First-Round Loss The 2010 baseball season turned in another stellar campaign, thanks to a remarkable run in the ODAC tournament that ended with a conference title. The Eagles hovered just above the .500 mark for most of the regular season. Bridgewater entered the conference tournament with a 19-17-1 overall record and a 14-6 ODAC mark. The ODAC tournament started in ominous fashion as the Eagles were dispatched to the loser’s bracket with a 7-2 firstround loss to Washington and Lee. The Eagles then put together a four-game winning streak to emerge as conference champion. The run started with a stellar pitching performance as the Eagles defeated Virginia Wesleyan, 3-2 in 10 innings in an elimination game. Alex Foltz and Kevin Chandler combined to hold the Marlins to nine hits. Next up was Randolph-Macon and the Yellow Jackets jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead. The Eagles erased the deficit with a 10-run second inning and coasted to a 19-9 victory. The Eagles then needed to defeat Lynchburg twice to win the title. Bridgewater took a 4-3 win over the Hornets to force a deciding game. Freshman Joseph Lucas pitched a solid 6.2 innings, allowing just three runs, two earned. Senior Drew Elkins finished up with scoreless relief to preserve the victory for the Eagles. In the deciding game, Blake Stokely and Drew Elkins had three hits each and Andrew Chrismer drove home three runs to lead the Eagles to the title. In NCAA regional play, the Eagles squared off with Shenandoah, the eventual region champ and its ace Greg Van Sickler, in the first round. Shenandoah defeated the Eagles 11-1. This time there would be no miraculous run through the loser’s bracket. The Eagles trailed Salisbury 3-2 after five innings, but the Seagulls pulled away for a 9-2 victory. Bridgewater finished its season with a 23-20-1 overall record. Foltz and Chrismer were named to the All-ODAC first team and Kevin Kirk was named to the second team.

ALEX FOLTZ, First-Team All-ODAC

ANDY CHRISMER, First-Team All-ODAC


2010 Bridgewater Baseball Statistics Summary for Bridgewater (as of Mar 11, 2011) (All games) Record: 23-20-1 Date Opponent

2/14 2/14 2/18 2/21 2/20 2/28 2/28 3/4 3/5 *3/6 *3/6 3/8 3/9 *3/14 *3/17 *3/19 *3/20 *3/20 *3/23 3/24 3/25 *3/27 *3/27 3/30 *3/31 *4/2 *4/2 4/5 *4/6 4/8 *4/10 4/10 4/13 4/14 *4/17 *4/17 *4/18 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/25 4/25 5/19 5/20

at Methodist at Methodist at Averett University at Christopher Newport vs Rowan GETTYSBURG GETTYSBURG SHENANDOAH GREENSBORO at Hampden-Sydney at Hampden-Sydney at LaGrange College vs Adrian College VIRGINIA WESLEYAN EASTERN MENNONITE VIRGINIA WESLEYAN RANDOLPH-MACON RANDOLPH-MACON at Eastern Mennonite at Mary Washington FERRUM COLLEGE ROANOKE ROANOKE CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT WASHINGTON AND LEE at Emory & Henry at Emory & Henry at Ferrum at Washington and Lee MARY WASHINGTON at Lynchburg College at Lynchburg College AVERETT UNIVERSITY at Catholic GUILFORD GUILFORD at Lynchburg College vs #6 Washington & Lee vs #2 Virginia Wesleyan vs #4 Randolph-Macon #5 LYNCHBURG COLLEGE #5 LYNCHBURG COLLEGE vs #7 Shenandoah vs #19 Salisbury

Score

3-8 W 10-3 L 9-11 L 3-4 L 8-9 W 8-2 W 13-4 L 8-11 L 3-8 L 4-5 W 21-4 L 4-7 L 2-12 W 23-11 W 4-0 W 9-1 L 5-9 W 9-4 W 7-2 L 2-3 L 3-14 W 6-4 W 11-8 W 12-8 W 4-3 W 9-4 W 25-3 W 11-7 W 16-8 L 6-8 L 4-8 T 0-0 L 10-24 L 5-6 W 12-2 W 6-2 L 13-14 L 2-7 W 2-1 W 19-9 W 4-3 W 9-5 L 1-11 L 2-9 L

Home: 14-6

Away: 7-9-1

Player

Neutral: 2-5

avg gp-gs 13-0 32-32 38-36 33-33 43-43 3-0 37-31 38-38 31-23 44-44 7-2 44-44 30-24 43-43 14-4 4-0 1-0 1-0

10 133 128 123 170 3 124 142 90 170 7 171 95 168 22 5 0 0

5 30 33 27 35 1 20 22 26 45 1 43 19 32 6 0 1 0

4 53 50 43 58 1 41 45 28 49 2 48 24 42 3 0 0 0

2b

0 11 6 13 7 1 5 7 5 15 2 12 4 8 0 0 0 0

3b

Totals

.314

44

1564

347

491

96

10

31

307

166

50

Opponents

.309

44

1576

286

487

89

5

30

248

148

35

Matt Maher Kevin Kirk Devon Snow Blake Stokely Andy Chrismer Christian Armstrong Andrew Hacker Drew Elkins Jonathan Mason Brett Howell Jake Wade Drew Easter Alex Nuttycombe Mitchell Edwards Alex Hogge Mark Smith Alex Foltz Travis Bullock

.400 . 398 .391 .350 . 341 . 333 .331 . 317 .311 . 288 .286 . 281 . 253 . 250 . 136 .000 . 000 . 000

ab

Conference: 14-4

r

h

hr

0 0 1 3 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 2 2 1 5 0 5 0 1 8 0 3 1 3 0 0 0 0

rbi

1 27 28 26 41 0 35 24 17 31 1 31 16 26 3 0 0 0

bb hbp

1 10 14 12 16 3 12 11 11 23 1 22 9 13 7 0 0 1

0 1 5 7 5 0 2 2 2 5 0 12 2 7 0 0 0 0

so sb-att 1 0-0 7 5-8 12 15-18 33 2-3 12 2-3 1 0-0 14 1-2 19 3-4 12 2-2 24 4-5 2 0-0 27 7-10 11 5-6 24 10-13 6 0-0 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0-0 207 56-74 271 43-59

LOB - Team (353), Opp (376). DPs turned - Team (33), Opp (37). CI - Team (1), Snow 1, Opp (2). IBB - Team (1), Howell 1, Opp (11). Picked off - Chrismer 2, Snow 1, Kirk 1, Elkins 1, Mason 1, Hacker 1, Howell 1. Player

era

Totals

5. 20

23-20

44

Opponents

6. 13

19-23

44

Zack Folger 3. 0 0 Alex Foltz 3. 48 Joseph Lucas 3. 6 4 Casey Hartman 3. 9 9 Drew Elkins 4. 08 Kevin Chandler 6.23 John Bayse 6. 6 3 Chris Baird 6. 75 Jake Wade 7. 4 3 Blake Stokely 7. 8 8 Andrew Hacker 8. 4 9 Travis Bullock 12.60 Christian Armstrong 20.25 Mark Smith 24.00

w-l

0-0 6-2 1-0 4-2 5-3 6-4 1-1 0-0 0-4 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-0

app gs cg sh sv

4 0 15 10 13 3 12 10 12 9 15 8 11 2 3 0 14 2 7 0 9 0 6 0 3 0 4 0

ip

h

r

er

bb

so

0 3 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3.0 72.1 42.0 56.1 64.0 69.1 19.0 2.2 26.2 8.0 11.2 5.0 1.1 3.0

5 85 53 63 67 80 32 4 40 12 20 11 3 12

1 44 23 35 41 60 19 2 24 7 12 7 3 8

1 28 17 25 29 48 14 2 22 7 11 7 3 8

1 24 14 37 16 20 3 0 13 6 3 5 4 2

1 58 28 40 53 45 14 1 19 2 6 0 1 3

44

7

2

1

384.1

487

286

222

148

271

44

2

1

3

379.0

491

347

258

166

207

PB - Team (20), Snow 13, Chrismer 4, Hogge 3, Opp (23). Pickoffs - Team (18), Snow 5, Foltz 4, Wade 3, Hartman 2, Hogge 1, Lucas 1, Folger 1, Elkins 1, Opp (8). SBA/ATT - Snow (23-34), Chandler (14-15), Chrismer (14-15), Foltz (6-12), Lucas (9-12), Hartman (6-7), Elkins (2-5), Hogge (4-5), Bayse (4-4), Hacker (1-1), Armstrong (0-1), Wade (0-1), Smith (1-1). Score by innings Bridgewater Opponents

1 46 30

2 49 33

3 28 18

4 41 31

5 48 39

6 46 37

7 34 34

8 33 39

9 EX 20 2 20 5

Total 347 286

Win-loss breakouts: Day 23-20-1; Night 0-0; vs Left 5-3; vs Right 18-17-1; 1-run games 3-6; 2-run games 1-2; 5+run games 13-8; Extra inns 2-4-1; Shutouts 1-0-1. Current streak: Lost 2; Longest winning streak: 8; Longest losing streak: 4. Attendance: Home 2544 (avg 127); Away 3494 (avg 151); Total 6038 (avg 140).


BRIDGEWATER COLLEGE BASEBALL

BRIDGEWATER COLLEGE BASEBALL INDIVIDUAL RECORD BOOK

INDIVIDUAL RECORD BOOK

ODAC Champions 1975

1985 1999

1986 2001

1988 2002

1991 2007

1994 2010

1996

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CAREER Batting Average (min. 2 at-bats/gm) 1. .427

Robbi Moose (412)

1998-2000

2. .420

Mark Puckett (245)

1979-1982

3. .414

Cory Heinbaugh (442) 1994-1997

4. .403

Buck Gordon (325)

1993-1995

5. .390

Andrew Moore (341)

1990-1992

6. .381

Scott Hearn (616)

2000-2003

7. .373

Jeff Poling (287)

1982-1985

.373

Jay Wampler (271)

1986-1989

.373

Mike Lenox (453)

2007-2009

Brian Wenger (439)

1987-1990

9. .371 10. .362

Matt Clatterbuck (605) 1998-2001

11. .361

Jeff Gianakos (n/a)

12. .360

Justin Showalter (347) 2005-2006

14. .359

J.R. Estes (465)

2001-2004

15. .355

Ricky Read (629)

2004-2007

1973-1977

SEASON Batting Average (min. 2 at-bats/gm) 1. .471 Jay Wampler (104) 1988 2. .465 Mark Puckett (88) 1981 3. .462 Jeff Gianakos (n/a) 1975 4. .454 Robbi Moose (108) 2000 5. .450 Rod Pierce (120) 1992 6. .441 Buck Gordon (118) 1994 7. .440 Andrew Moore (116) 1992 8. .432 Cory Heinbaugh (111) 1994 9. .426 Cory Heinbaugh (115) 1997 10. .423 Robbi Moose (142) 1998 11. .420 Andrew Moore (119) 1991 12. .418 Cory Heinbaugh (122) 1995 13. .417 J.R. Estes (163) 2004 14. .416 Jerry Hutchinson (84) 1980 .416 Jason Byrd (89) 1989

CAREER At Bats 1. 629 Ricky Read 2. 616 Scott Hearn 3. 607 Mitchell Edwards 4. 605 Matt Clatterbuck 5. 589 Jono Brooks 6. 586 Andrew Chrismer 7. 564 Jamie Lawhorne 8. 561 Todd Lewis 9. 516 Bryan Saunders 10. 490 Chip Woody 11. 487 Drew Elkins 12. 465 J.R. Estes 13. 464 Tim Shiflett 14. 463 Rod Pierce 15. 453 Mike Lenox

2004-2007 2000-2003 3007-2010 1998-2001 2004-2007 2007-2010 1999-2002 2001-2004 2003-2006 1998-2001 2007-2010 2001-2004 1985-1988 1991-1994 2007-2009

SEASON At Bats 1. 197 Justin Showalter 2. 195 Jono Brooks 3. 184 Ricky Read 184 Bryan Saunders 5. 182 Matt Clatterbuck 182 Jono Brooks 7. 179 Ricky Read 8. 176 Jamie Lawhorne 9. 172 Ryan McQueen 10. 171 Mike Padgett 171 Andrew Chrismer 171 Drew Easter 13. 170 Mike Graves 170 Brett Howell 170 Mike Lenox

2006 2006 2006 2006 1999 2007 2007 2002 2002 1999 2007 2010 2008 2010 2009

CAREER Base Hits 1. 235 Scott Hearn 2. 223 Ricky Read 3. 219 Matt Clatterbuck 4. 200 Andrew Chrismer 5. 197 Todd Lewis 6. 193 Jono Brooks 7. 183 Cory Heinbaugh 8. 176 Robbi Moose 9. 172 Chip Woody 10. 171 Mitchell Edwards 11. 169 Mike Lenox 12. 167 J.R. Estes 13. 163 Brian Wenger 14. 161 Tim Shiflett 15. 158 Jamie Lawhorne 158 Drew Elkins

2000-2003 2004-2007 1998-2001 2007-2010 2001-2004 2004-2007 1994-1997 1998-2000 1998-2001 2007-2010 2007-2009 2001-2004 1987-1990 1985-1988 1999-2002 2007-2010

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SEASON Base Hits 1. 76 Jono Brooks 2. 72 Justin Showalter 3. 68 J.R. Estes 68 Ricky Read 5. 67 Robbi Moose 67 Mike Lenox 7. 66 Ryan McQueen 8. 65 Scott Hearn 9. 63 Matt Clatterbuck 63 Matt Clatterbuck 63 Scott Hearn 12. 62 Todd Lewis 62 Ricky Read 62 Mike Graves 15. 61 Matt Clatterbuck CAREER Runs 1. 173 Matt Clatterbuck 2. 159 Cory Heinbaugh 159 Scott Hearn 4. 148 Jono Brooks 5. 136 Tim Shiflett 6. 132 Ricky Read 7. 131 Robbi Moose 8. 130 Chad Hensley 9. 123 Ryan McQueen 123 Mitcehll Edwards 11. 120 J.R. Estes 12. 119 Brian Wenger 13. 116 Jamie Lawhorne 116 Andrew Chrismer 15. 111 Todd Lewis SEASON Runs 1. 59 Matt Clatterbuck 2. 56 Jono Brooks 3. 50 Chad Hensley 50 Robbi Moose 50 Jamie Lawhorne 6. 49 Matt Clatterbuck 7. 48 Buck Gordon 48 Chad Hensley 48 Ryan McQueen 10. 47 Tim Shiflett 47 Kevin Crawford 12. 46 Robbi Moose 13. 45 Chris Sabatino 45 Scott Hearn 45 Bryan Saunders 45 Jono Brooks 45 Brett Howell

2006 2006 2004 2007 1999 2009 2002 2001 1999 2000 2002 2003 2006 2007 2001 1998-2001 1994-1997 2000-2003 2004-2007 1985-1988 2004-2007 1998-2000 1995-1998 2000-2002 2007-2010 2001-2004 1987-1990 1999-2002 2007-2010 2001-2004

CAREER Runs Batted In 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 12. 13. 14 15.

165 164 160 147 147 144 134 127 119 119 119 107 105 99 98 98

Scott Hearn Ricky Read Robbi Moose Cory Heinbaugh J.R. Estes 2001-2004 Andrew Chrismer Todd Lewis Matt Clatterbuck Rod Pierce Chip Woody Jono Brooks Brian Wenger Mitchell Edwards Mike Lenox Pat Shiflet 1986-1989 Jamie Lawhorne

SEASON Runs Batted In 1. 59 Robbi Moose 2. 56 J.R. Estes 3. 53 Robbi Moose 53 J.R. Estes 5. 49 Buck Gordon 49 Ricky Read 7. 48 Robbi Moose 8. 46 Cory Heinbaugh 46 Chris Sabatino 46 Scott Hearn 46 Mike Lenox 12. 45 Chris Sabatino 45 Scott Hearn 45 Scott Hearn 15. 44 Rod Pierce 44 Chip Woody CAREER Doubles

2000 2006 1998 1999 2002 2001 1995 1997 2002 1988 1998 2000 1996 2001 2006 2007 2010

1.

3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 10. 12. 14 15

54 54 51 44 44 42 41 37 37 33 33 31 31 30 29 29 29 29 29

Scott Hearn Ricky Read Robbi Moose Cory Heinbaugh Matt Clatterbuck Todd Lewis Jamie Lawhorne Mike Padgett J.R. Estes 2001-2004 Mitchell Edwards Aaron Read Ben Spotts Jono Brooks Brett Howell Charlie Grant Kevin Helmick Chance Dobbs Andrew Chrismer Drew Elkins

2000-2003 2004-2007 1998-2000 1994-1997 2007-2010 2001-2004 1998-2001 1991-1994 1998-2001 2004-2007 1987-1990 2007-2010 2007-2009 1999-2002

1999 2004 1998 2002 1994 2006 2000 1995 1995 2002 2009 1996 2000 2001 1992 2000 2000-2003 2004-2007 1998-2000 1994-1997 1998-2001 2001-2004 1999-2002 1996-1999 2007-2010 2006-2009 1994-1997 2004-2007 2008-2010 1986-1989 1987-1990 2004-2007 2007-2010 2007-2010

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SEASON Doubles 1.

5. 6. 7.

11. 13

19 19 19 19 18 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14

Robbi Moose Mike Padgett Scott Hearn Justin Showalter Aaron Read Mike Graves Robbi Moose Robbi Moose Ricky Read Ricky Read Matt Clatterbuck Brett Howell Joel Morgan Chris Sabatino Matt Clatterbuck Todd Lewis Scott Hearn J.R. Estes Jono Brooks Mike Lenox

CAREER Triples 1. 2. 4. 5. 7. 8. 11.

23 14 14 13 12 12 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8

Jono Brooks Matt Clatterbuck Bryan Saunders Chad Hensley Ryan McQueen Scott Hearn Jay Wampler Brian Wenger Ron Barkman J.R. Estes Silas Harvey Mark Puckett Tim Shiflett Brad Hoffee Pat Shiflet Buck Gordon

SEASON Triples 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

10.

10 9 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5

Jono Brooks Bryan Saunders Chad Hensley Scott Hearn Andrew Moore Matt Clatterbuck Ryan McQueen Jono Brooks Jono Brooks Jeff Gianakos Ron Barkman Tracy Wagner

1999 1999 2002 2006 2009 2007 1998 2000 2005 2006 2000 2010 1994 1995 2001 2002 2003 2004 2006 2009

2004-2007 1998-2001 2003-2006 1995-1998 2000-2002 2000-2003 1986-1989 1987-1990 1992-1995 2001-2004 1976-1979 1979-1982 1985-1988 1986-1989 1986-1989 1993-1995

2006 2006 1997 2000 1992 2001 2002 2005 2007 1976 1995 2004

CAREER Home Runs 1. 35 J.R. Estes 2. 33 Robbi Moose 3. 26 Ricky Read 4. 24 Todd Lewis 5. 23 Cory Heinbaugh 6. 21 Scott Hearn 21 Andrew Chrismer 8. 19 Buck Gordon 19 Jono Brooks 10. 18 Andrew Moore 11. 16 Jeff Poling 16 Chip Woody 16 Mike Lenox 14. 15 Chad Hensley 15. 14 Pat Shiflet 14 Brett Howell

2001-2004 1998-2000 2004-2007 2001-2004 1994-1997 2000-2003 2007-2010 1993-1995 2004-2007 1990-1992 1982-1985 1998-2001 2007-2009 1995-1998 1986-1989 2008-2010

SEASON Home Runs 1. 17 Robbi Moose 1999 17 J.R. Estes 2004 3. 12 J.R. Estes 2002 4. 11 Chad Hensley 1998 5. 10 Jono Brooks 2007 6. 9 Buck Gordon 1995 9 Cory Heinbaugh 1995 9 Robbi Moose 2000 9. 8 Jeff Poling 1985 8 Cory Heinbaugh 1997 8 Todd Lewis 2002 8 Ricky Read 2006 8 Brett Howell 2010 13. 7 12 players [last: 2007, Ricky Read] CAREER Extra Base Hits 1. 90 Robbi Moose 2. 87 Scott Hearn 3. 81 J.R. Estes 81 Ricky Read 5. 74 Cory Heinbaugh 6. 73 Jono Brooks 7. 71 Matt Clatterbuck 8. 68 Todd Lewis 9. 56 Andrew Chrismer 10. 54 Bryan Saunders 11. 53 Jamie Lawhorne 12. 52 Mike Padgett 13 50 Mike Lenox 13. 49 Brian Wenger 14. 48 Buck Gordon 48 Brett Howell

1998-2000 2000-2003 2001-2004 2004-2007 1994-1997 2004-2007 1998-2001 2001-2004 2007-2010 2003-2006 1999-2002 1996-1999 2007-2009 1987-1990 1993-1995 2008-2010

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SEASON Extra Base Hits 1. 39 Robbi Moose 2. 35 J.R. Estes 3. 30 Jono Brooks 4. 28 Scott Hearn 5. 27 Robbi Moose 6. 26 J.R. Estes 26 Justin Showalter 26 Ricky Read 9. 25 Mike Padgett 10. 24 Robbi Moose 24 Matt Clatterbuck 24 Brett Howell 12. 23 Jeff Poling 23 Cory Heinbaugh 23 Chad Hensley 23 Ricky Read 23 Mike Lenox

1999 2004 2006 2002 2000 2002 2006 2006 1999 1998 2001 2010 1985 1997 1998 2005 2009

CAREER Total Bases 1. 376 Scott Hearn 2. 361 Ricky Read 3. 338 Robbi Moose 4. 330 Matt Clatterbuck 5. 327 Jono Brooks 6. 326 J.R. Estes 7. 315 Todd Lewis 8. 302 Cory Heinbaugh 302 Andrew Chrismer 10. 258 Mike Lenox 11. 256 Chip Woody 12. 245 Brian Wenger 13. 244 Bryan Saunders 244 Mitchell Edwards 15. 233 Chad Hensley

2000-2003 2004-2007 1998-2000 1998-2001 2004-2007 2001-2004 2001-2004 1994-1997 2007-2010 2007-2009 1998-2001 1987-1990 2003-2006 2007-2010 1995-1998

SEASON Total Bases 1. 143 Robbi Moose 2. 140 J.R. Estes 3. 128 Jono Brooks 4. 111 Justin Showalter 5. 110 Mike Padgett 6. 107 Scott Hearn 7. 106 Ricky Read 106 Mike Lenox 9. 105 J.R. Estes 10. 104 Ricky Read 11. 100 Jono Brooks 12. 99 Chad Hensley 99 Robbi Moose 99 Matt Clatterbuck 15. 98 Scott Hearn

1999 2004 2006 2006 1999 2002 2006 2009 2002 2007 2007 1998 1998 2001 2001

CAREER Bases on Balls 1. 91 Cory Heinbaugh 2. 89 Robbi Moose 89 Scott Hearn 4. 81 Jamie Lawhorne 5. 77 Todd Lewis 6. 69 Ryan Morris 7. 68 Brent Mitchell 68 Brad Hoffee 68 Matt Clatterbuck 10. 67 J.R. Estes 11. 61 Chad Hensley 12. 57 Tim Shiflett 13. 56 Jono Brooks 14. 51 Shane Hinkle 51 Chris Wampler

1994-1997 1998-2000 2000-2003 1999-2002 2001-2004 1994-1996 1985-1988 1986-1989 1998-2001 2001-2004 1995-1998 1985-1988 2004-2007 1995-1998 1997-2000

SEASON Bases on Balls 1. 37 Cory Heinbaugh 37 Robbi Moose 3. 32 Chris Sabatino 32 Robbi Moose 5. 29 Freddie Heatwole 29 Matt Clatterbuck 7. 27 Brent Mitchell 27 Ryan Morris 27 Ryan Morris 10. 26 Scott Hearn 26 J.R. Estes 12. 25 Shawn Hevener 13. 24 Tim Shiflett 24 Buck Gordon 24 Jamie Lawhorne 24 J.R. Estes 24 Scott Hearn

1997 2000 1996 1999 1986 2000 1988 1995 1996 2000 2002 1998 1988 1994 1999 2001 2002

CAREER Stolen Bases (attempts) 1. 51 Tim Shiflett (61) 2. 46 Andrew Moore (56) 3. 45 Matt Clatterbuck (54) 4. 41 Kevin Wholey (n/a) 41 Ryan McQueen (48) 6. 40 Brian Wenger (45) 7. 38 Chad Hensley (43) 38 Tracy Wagner (44) 9. 37 Jono Brooks (44) 10. 32 Darren Maynard (36) 32 Barry Davis (39) 32 Kevin Crawford (33) 13. 31 Jerry Hutchinson (n/a) 14. 29 Joel Morgan (33) 29 Bryan Saunders (40)

1985-1988 1990-1992 1998-2001 1978-1981 2000-2002 1987-1990 1995-1998 2002-2005 2004-2007 1981-1983 1984-1987 1997-1998 1977-1980 1991-1994 2003-2006

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SEASON Stolen Bases (attempts) 1. 27 Kevin Crawford (27) 2. 22 Darren Maynard (26) 3. 20 Andrew Moore (24) 4. 19 Tim Shiflett (22) 19 Tracy Wagner (22) 6. 18 Andrew Moore (22) 7. 17 Matt Clatterbuck (20) 8. 16 Ryan McQueen (18) 16 Jono Brooks (18) 10. 15 Ryan McQueen (17) 15 Tracy Wagner (18) 15 Brad Buracker (18) 15 Devon Snow (18) 14. 14 Jeff Frock (15) 14 Joel Morgan (15) 14 Ron Barkman (15)

1998 1983 1991 1988 2005 1992 2000 2002 2006 2001 2004 2009 2010 1981 1993 1994

CAREER Slugging Percentage 1. .820 Robbi Moose 2. .701 J.R. Estes 3. .692 Buck Gordon 4. .683 Cory Heinbaugh 5. .678 Mark Puckett 6. .659 Jeff Poling 7. .654 Andrew Moore 8. .610 Scott Hearn 9. .574 Ricky Read 10. .570 Mike Lenox 10. .567 Pat Shiflet 11. .563 Chris Sabatino 12. .562 Kevin Crawford 13. .561 Todd Lewis 14. .558 Brian Wenger

1998-2000 2001-2004 1993-1995 1994-1997 1979-1982 1982-1985 1990-1992 2000-2003 2004-2007 2007-2009 1986-1989 1995-1996 1997-1998 2001-2004 1987-1990

SEASON Slugging Percentage 1. .889 Robbi Moose 2. .883 Robbi Moose 3. .865 J.R. Estes 4. .852 Mark Puckett 5. .798 Jeff Poling 6. .791 Cory Heinbaugh 7. .784 Andrew Moore 8. .770 Cory Heinbaugh 9. .754 Buck Gordon 10. .697 Robbi Moose 11. .692 Rod Pierce .692 Bill Harlow 13. .691 Cory Heinbaugh 14. .683 Jay Wampler 15. .674 Buck Gordon

2000 1999 2004 1981 1985 1997 1992 1995 1994 1998 1992 1993 1996 1988 1995

GAME Hitting Records At Bats 7 7 Base Hits 6 6

Chris Sabatino Ron Barkman

1995 vs. CNU 1995 vs. W&L

Butch Andrey Robert Weeks

1978 vs. W&L 1978 vs. Edinboro

Ron Barkman

1995 vs. Emory

Runs 6

Runs Batted In 8 Matt Puckett 8 Pat Shiflet 8 Buck Gordon

1980 vs. S. Tech 1987 vs. EHC 1994 vs. Capital

Doubles 3 3 3

Mark Puckett Fred Heatwole Jason Byrd

1980 vs. Bluefield 1986 vs. EMU 1989 vs. W&L

6 times, most recent: Matt Clatterbuck

1998 vs. Guilford

Triples 2

Home Runs 2 28 times, most recent: Aaron Read 2008 vs. EHC Andrew Chrismer 2008 vs. EHC Extra Base Hits 4 Robbi Moose

1999 vs. Maryville

Total Bases 13 Ron Barkman

1995 vs. R-MC

Bases on Balls 4 9 times, most recent: Cory Heinbaugh

1997 vs. Millsaps

Stolen Bases 4 Jim Rhodes

1971 vs. Gallaudet

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CAREER Earned Run Avg (min. 40 innings) 1.

1.63

Bo Trumbo (157.2)

1971-1974

2.

2.70

Jim DeLucas (123.1)

1985-1988

3.

2.83

Deron Crawford (66.2)

1993-1996

4.

2.89

Tommy Thomas (133.2) 1981-1982

5.

3.02

Andy Lipinski (53.2)

6.

3.04

Gene Crawford (219.0) 1998-2001

7.

3.09

Tim Zombro (171.2)

1985-1988

8.

3.10

Dustin Jones (133.2)

2001-2003

9.

3.17

Chad Seals (54.0)

1985-1988

3.17

Jimmy Greene (110.2)

2005-2006

11.

3.25

Ricky Read (249.1)

2004-2007

12.

3.39

Chris Davis (215.0)

1994-1996

13.

3.45

Matt Nolen (193.0)

2004-2007

14.

3.51

Travis Long (82.0)

1992-1994

15.

3.53

Andy Cave (58.2)

2002-2004

1990-1993

SEASON Earned Run Average (min. 10 innings) 1. 1.02 Bo Trumbo (n/a) 1973 2. 1.50 Alex Foltz (12.0) 2007 3. 1.65 Brandon Slaughter (16.1) 1998 4. 1.69 Jim DeLucas (21.1) 1986 5. 1.70 Jimmy Greene (53.0) 2005 6. 1.87 Andrew Shields (33.2) 1989 7. 1.91 Ricky Read (37.2) 2004 8. 2.00 Joel Morgan (18.0) 1994 9. 2.02 Andy Lipinski (22.1) 1993 10. 2.03 Shaun Brinkley (13.1) 2005 11. 2.05 Chance Dobbs (30.2) 2004 12. 2.12 Kevin Bailey (29.2) 1983 13. 2.18 Bob Mitchell (20.7) 1996 14. 2.25 Tim Nicely (24.0) 1989 2.25 Travis Long (36.0) 1992

CAREER Innings Pitched 1. 250.2 Nolan Shaffer 2005-2008 2. 249.1 Jason Conley 1992-1995 249.1 Ricky Read 2004-2007 4. 240.2 Steve Hartley 1988-1991 5. 224.1 Dan Proctor 2001-2004 6. 222.1 Courtland Rodamer 1993-1996 7. 219.0 Gene Crawford 1998-2001 8. 217.1 Alan Stadler 1984-1987 9. 215.0 Chris Davis 1994-1996 10. 198.1 Fionn Fitzgerald 1998-2001 11. 197.0 Casey Hartman 2006, 2008-10 12. 193.0 Matt Nolen 2004-2007 13. 190.1 Josh Shrader 2000-2003 14. 171.2 Tim Zombro 1985-1988 15. 166.0 Fred Duquette 2005-2008 SEASON Innings Pitched 1. 90.0 Gene Crawford 2. 85.0 Bob Nida 3. 80.2 Chris Davis 4. 80.2 Ricky Read 5. 79.2 Jason Conley 6. 78.1 Fionn Fitzgerald 7. 77.1 Dustin Jones 8. 75.1 Matt Nolen 9. 75.0 Nolan Shaffer 10. 74.1 Fred Duquette 11. 73.1 Dan Proctor 12. 72.1 Alex Foltz 13. 72.0 Jason Conley 14. 70.1 Gary Minnick 15. 70.0 Alex Foltz

2000 1962 1995 2006 1995 1999 2003 2007 2008 2008 2004 2010 1994 1997 2008

CAREER Appearances 1. 89 Gene Crawford 1998-2001 2. 57 Jim DeLucas 1985-1988 3. 56 Ricky Read 2004-2007 4. 50 Steve Hartley 1988-1991 5. 49 Nolan Shaffer 2005-2008 6. 48 Casey Hartman 2006, 2008-10 7. 46 Dustin Jones 2001-2003 46 Fred Duquette 2005-2008 9. 44 Jason Conley 1992-1995 10 43 Alan Stadler 1984-1987 43 Tim Zombro 1985-1988 43 John Simmons 1990-1993 43 Courtland Rodamer 1993-1996 14. 41 Matt Nolen 2004-2007 41 Chad Rhodes 2005-2008

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SEASON Appearances 1. 29 Gene Crawford 2. 27 Gene Crawford 3. 26 Gene Crawford 4. 22 Dustin Jones 5. 19 Eric Geisert 6. 18 B. Coleman 18 Fred Duquette 8. 17 Dustin Jones 17 Ricky Read 17 Shaun Brinkley 17 Justin Folks 12. 16 Deron Crawford 16 Dan Proctor 16 Chad Rhodes 16 Fred Duquette 16 Matt Nolen 16 Chris Gramm

1999 2001 2000 2002 2002 1997 2008 2003 2006 2006 2007 1996 2002 2006 2007 2007 2009

CAREER Decisions 1. 35 Nolan Shaffer 2005-2008 2. 33 Steve Hartley 1988-1991 3. 32 Jason Conley 1992-1995 4. 30 Alan Stadler 1984-1987 30 Gene Crawford 1998-2001 6. 28 Courtland Rodamer 1993-1996 28 Chris Davis 1994-1996 28 Dan Proctor 2001-2004 28 Ricky Read 2004-2007 10. 26 Josh Shrader 2000-2003 11. 24 Fionn Fitzgerald 1998-2001 12. 23 Tim Zombro 1985-1988 23 Gary Minnick 1996-1998 14. 21 Matt Nolen 2004-2007 15. 20 Jeff Dean 1984-1987 20 Casey Hartman 2006, 2008-10 SEASON Decisions 1. 13 Gene Crawford 2000 2. 12 Dustin Jones 2003 3. 11 Jason Conley 1995 11 Ricky Read 2006 5. 10 14 different pitchers, most recent Kevin Chandler 2010

CAREER Complete Games 1. 15 Bo Trumbo 15 Steve Hartley 15 Jason Conley 4. 14 Ricky Read 5. 10 Alan Stadler 10 Courtland Rodamer 7. 9 Chris Davis 8. 8 Tommy Thomas 8 Fionn Fitzgerald 8 Dustin Jones 8 Nolan Shaffer 12. 7 Larry French 13. 6 Jason Griffin 6 Jimmy Greene 15. 5 John Simmons 5 Gary Minnick

1971-1974 1988-1991 1992-1995 2004-2007 1984-1987 1993-1996 1994-1996 1981-1982 1998-2001 2001-2003 2005-2008 1980 1993-1995 2005-2006 1990-1993 1994-1996

SEASON Complete Games 1. 8 Tommy Thomas 2. 7 Larry French 7 Jason Conley 7 Dustin Jones 7 Nolan Shaffer 6. 6 Bo Trumbo 6 Jason Conley 6 Ricky Read 9. 5 Chris Davis 5 Fionn Fitzgerald 5 Ricky Read 12. 4 Steve Hartley 4 Steve Hartley 4 Chris Davis 4 Courtland Rodamer 4 Gary Minnick 4 Jimmy Greene

1981 1980 1994 2003 2008 1973 1995 2006 1995 1999 2007 1990 1991 1994 1996 1997 2005

CAREER Wins 1. 23 Ricky Read 2. 22 Jason Conley 22 Courtland Rodamer 4. 21 Steve Hartley 5. 20 Alan Stadler 20 Dan Proctor 7. 19 Chris Davis 19 Gene Crawford 9. 18 Fionn Fitzgerald 18 Josh Shrader 11. 17 Nolan Shaffer 12. 16 Tim Zombro 13. 15 Andy Hence 15 Jeff Dean 15. 14 Gary Minnick

2004-2007 1992-1995 1993-1996 1988-1991 1984-1987 2001-2004 1994-1996 1998-2001 1998-2001 2000-2003 2005-2008 1985-1988 1972-1975 1984-1987 1996-1998

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SEASON Wins 1. 10 Ricky Read 2. 9 Gene Crawford 3. 8 Alan Stadler 8 Steve Hartley 8 Jason Conley 8 Chris Davis 8 Fionn Fitzgerald 8 Josh Shrader 9. 7 Brian Balser 7 Jeff Dean 7 Tim Zombro 7 Jason Conley 7 Chris Davis 7 Dustin Jones 7 Dan Proctor

2006 2000 1986 1988 1995 1995 1999 2001 1981 1986 1988 1994 1996 2003 2004

CAREER Winning Percentage (min. 15 decisions) 1. .821 Ricky Read (23-5) 2004-2007 2. .786 Courtland Rodamer (22-6) 1993-1996 3. .750 Fionn Fitzgerald (18-6) 1998-2001 4, .750 Jeff Dean (15-5) 1984-1987 5. .733 Joel Morgan (11-4) 1991-1994 6. .714 Dan Proctor (20-8) 2001-2004 7. .705 Alex Foltz (17-5) 2007-2010 8. .696 Tim Zombro (16-7) 1985-1988 9. .692 Josh Shrader (18-8) 2000-2003 10. .688 Jason Conley (22-10) 1992-1995 11. .679 Chris Davis (19-9) 1994-1996 12. .667 Alan Stadler (20-10) 1984-1987 .667 Kevin Bartulewicz (10-5) 1990-1992 14 .650 Casey Hartman (13-7( 2006, 2008-10 15. .647 Allen Norris (11-6) 2001-2002 SEASON Winning Percentage (min. 5 decisions) 1. 1.000 Andy Lipinski (5-0) 1993 1.000 Josh Shrader (5-0) 2000 1.000 Ricky Read (5-0) 2005 4. .909 Ricky Read (10-1) 2006 5. .875 Jeff Dean (7-1) 1986 6. .833 Jim Estep (5-1) 1988 .833 Kevin Bartulewicz (5-1) 1991 .833 Jason Conley (5-1) 1992 .833 Courtland Rodamer (5-1) 1993 .833 Courtland Rodamer (5-1) 1995 .833 Fionn Fitzgerald (5-1) 2000 12. .800 Alan Stadler (8-2) 1986 .800 Steve Hartley (8-2) 1988 .800 Chris Davis (8-2) 1995 .800 Fionn Fitzgerald (8-2) 1999 .800 Josh Shrader (8-2) 2001

CAREER Saves 1. 19 Gene Crawford 2. 12 Jim DeLucas 3. 9 Ricky Read 4. 7 John Simmons 5. 6 Dustin Jones 6. 5 Al Price 5 Todd Lewis 8. 4 Tim Zombro 4 Travis Long 4 Drew Elkins 11. 3 Chad Seals 3 Steve Hartley 3 Andy Lipinski 3 Deron Crawford 3 Brandon Slaughter 3 Bran Hayes 3 Shaun Brinkley 3 Jimmy Greene

1998-2001 1985-1988 2004-2007 1990-1993 2001-2003 1981-1982 2001-2004 1985-1988 1992-1994 2007-2008 1985-1988 1988-1991 1990-1993 1993-1996 1998-1999 2003-2006 2004-2006 2005-2006

SEASON Saves 1. 6 Gene Crawford 6 Gene Crawford 6 Gene Crawford 4. 5 Jim DeLucas 5 Ricky Read 6. 4 Al Price 4 Josh Simmons 4 Dustin Jones 4 Drew Elkins 10. 3 Jim DeLucas 3 Jim DeLucas 3 Steve Hartley 3 Deron Crawford 3 Brandon Slaughter 3 Todd Lewis 3 Brad Hayes 3 Ricky Read 3 Shaun Brinkley

1999 2000 2001 1986 2004 1981 1991 2002 2008 1987 1988 1990 1996 1999 2003 2005 2006 2006

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CAREER Strikeouts 1. 246 Nolan Shaffer 2. 233 Ricky Read 3. 220 Gene Crawford 4. 212 Chris Davis 5. 184 Dan Proctor 6. 180 Jason Conley 180 Josh Shrader 8. 169 Alan Stadler 9. 159 Dustin Jones 10. 153 Courtland Rodamer 11. 142 Fionn Fitzgerald 12. 140 Bo Trumbo 13. 138 Gary Minnick 14. 133 Steve Hartley 15. 125 Matt Nolen SEASON Strikeouts 1. 101 Dustin Jones 2. 97 Gene Crawford 3. 82 Chris Davis 4. 79 Gary Minnick 5. 77 Ricky Read 6. 74 Gene Crawford 7. 73 Ricky Read 8. 72 Josh Shrader 9. 70 Chris Davis 70 Nolan Shaffer 11. 67 Alan Stadler 12. 64 Dan Proctor 64 Nolan Shaffer 14. 61 Josh Shrader 15. 60 Jason Conley 60 Chris Davis

2005-2008 2004-2007 1998-2001 1994-1996 2001-2004 1992-1995 2000-2003 1984-1987 2001-2003 1993-1996 1998-2001 1971-1974 1994-1996 1988-1991 2004-2007 2003 2000 1995 1997 2007 1999 2006 2003 1994 2008 1986 2004 2007 2001 1995 1996

NCAA Hitting & Pitching Records CAREER Doubles 67* Robbi Moose

3rd all-time 1997-2000

CAREER Runs Batted In 202* Robbi Moose

20th all-time 1997-2000

CAREER Slugging Percentage .789* Robbi Moose

18th all-time 1997-2000

* includes freshman year at Virginia Wesleyan ODAC Hitting & Pitching Records CAREER Runs Battled In 165 Scott Hearn

2000-2003

CAREER Triples 23 Jono Brooks

2004-2007

SEASON Triples 10 Jono Brooks

2006

SEASON Bases on Balls 37 Cory Heinbaugh 37 Robbi Moose

1997 2000

GAME Strikeouts 16 Courtland Rodamer

1995 vs. EMU

GAME Pitching Records Innings Pitched 10 Joel Morgan

1993 vs. R-MC

Strikeouts 16 Courtland Rodamer

1995 vs. EMU

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Eagles’ Baseball Honor Roll ODAC Awards

All-Time 1st-Team All-ODAC 2010 - Andy Chrismer (OF), Alex Foltz (P) 2007 - Jono Brooks (SS), Ricky Read (P), Mike Graves (OF) 2006 - Jono Brooks (SS), Ricky Read (P) 2005 - Jimmy Greene (P) 2004 - J.R. Estes (OF) 2002 - Scott Hearn (OF), Todd Lewis (3B) 2001 - Scott Hearn (OF), Matt Clatterbuck (SS) 2000 - Chip Woody (C), Robbi Moose (1B), Scott Hearn (DH), Matt Clatterbuck (SS) 1999 - Richie Anderson (OF), Robbi Moose (1B) 1998 - Robbi Moose (1B), Kevin Crawford (OF) 1997 - Cory Heinbaugh (OF) 1996 - Chris Davis (P), Chris Davis (DH), Chris Sabatino (OF) 1995 - Cory Heinbaugh (OF), Ron Barkman (OF), Chris Davis (P) 1994 - Cory Heinbaugh (OF), Jason Conley (P), Buck Gordon (DH) 1993 - Bill Harlow (OF), Joel Morgan (1B) 1992 - Andy Moore (2B) 1991 - Andy Moore (2B), Brian Repko (SS) 1990 - Brian Wenger (SS) 1989 - Greg Ecroyd (C), Jason Byrd (OF), Brian Wagner (OF), Charlie Grant (3B), Pat Shiflet (1B) 1988 - Tim Shiflett (OF), Steve Hartley (P), Brian Wenger (2B), Kevin Helmick (DH), Jay Wampler (SS) 1987 - Brent Mitchell (OF), Pat Shiflet (1B) 1986 - Tim Shiflett (OF), Jeff Dean (P), Billy Dickerson (3B), Barry Davis (SS) 1985 - Jeff Poling (C), Fred Heatwole (1B), David Jones (DH) 1984 - Mike Lindsey (OF), Jeff Poling (C), Bobby Knecht (OF), Alan Propst (DH), Todd Sullivan (2B) 1983 - Charlie Pence (C) 1982 - Mark Puckett (1B) 1981 - John Graff (OF), Tommy Thomas (P), Mark Puckett (1B) 1980 - Steve Martin (OF), Jerry Hutchinson (SS) 1979 - Silas Harvey (1B), Kevin Wholey (2B) 1978 - Larry French (P) 1977 - Silas Harvey (OF), Jeff Wholey (2B)

Coach of the Year 2002 - Curt Kendall 2001 - Curt Kendall 1988 - Curt Kendall 1986 - Curt Kendall 1985 - Tom Kinder 1978 - Jim Reedy

Player of the Year 2006 - Ricky Read 2004 - J.R. Estes 2000 - Robbie Moose 1999 - Robbie Moose 1998 - Robbie Moose 1993 - Bill Harlow 1990 - Brian Wenger 1981 - Mark Puckett

Rookie of the Year

2007 - Andrew Chrismer 2004 - Ricky Read

J.R. ESTES

All-Americans 2004 2000 1999 1992 1985 1984 1981 1980 1975

J.R. Estes, First Team Robbi Moose, Third Team Robbie Moose, Second Team Andy Moore, First Team Buck Gordon, Third Team Alan Propst, First Team Academic Mark Puckett, Third Team Mark Puckett, Second Team Jeff Gianakos, First Team

RICKY READ was a two-time All-ODAC First-Team pick and he 2006 ODAC Player of the Year.

JONO BROOKS was a FirstTeam All-ODAC pick in 2007 and is currently playing professional baseball for the Rockford Riverhawks.


The College


ATHLETIC TRAINING College athletics has evolved to the point where total physical preparation is necessary to be successful. Bridgewater employs a five-member athletic training staff. Under the tutilege of Director Barbara Long, the group of Sarah Cook, Chase Hale, Ellen Hicks and Scott Powers serve as Assistant Athletic Trainers for the entire Bridgewater College Athletics Department. Long is a graduate of Bridgewater College with a degree in Biology; United States Sports Academy with master’s degrees in Sports Medicine and Fitness Management and is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Education program in Organzational Leadership at Shenandoah University. She was certified by the Board of Certification in 1989 and is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Medicine as an athletic trainer. Her career has had her working with professional and high level amateur athletes at places like the World University Games, US Olympic Training Center, and several professional football camps. She has also served as Head Athletic Trainer at Broadway High School and as clinical ATC for RMH Rehab Services, and Body Ease Physical Therapy, PC. Barbara spent 10 years as a clinical athletic trainer and through this work developed community education presentations and publications dealing with Exercise and Aging, Fall Prevention, Increasing the Functional Limits of Aging, and Children and Sports. Barbara and her husband, Stuart, reside in the Lacey Springs area with their two children, Tyler and Cassie. Cook hails from Lewiston, Maine. She has a bachelor’s degree in Athletic Training from Colby-Sawyer College and a Master of Arts degree in Sport Psychology from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Sarah spent a summer as the head athletic trainer at J Robinson Intensive Basketball Camps and has experience working with Division I Men’s Ice Hockey and Men’s Gymnastics. She resides in Harrisonburg with her menagerie of small animals. Her primary responsibilities are men’s and women’s soccer and softball. Hale joined the Bridgewater staff in the spring of 2000 as the Assistant Athletic Trainer. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science/Athletic Training and a Master’s degree in Health Science Education from James Madison University. Chase is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Education degree from Shenandoah University in organizational leadership. For two years he was contracted from RMH Rehab Services, where he also worked within the occupational and physical therapy departments, to provide athletic training services at Bridgewater College. In 2002, Hale moved to a full-time faculty position in the Health and Exercise Science Department where he teaches kinesiology and athletic training courses. In addition to teaching, Professor Hale also serves as the clinical education coordinator for the athletic training education program. His career has had him working with collegiate baseball, football, soccer, and volleyball. Currently, he works with the College’s field hockey, lacrosse, and tennis teams. Hale lives in Grottoes with his wife Ada and their three children Charlie, Stella, and Eliza. Hicks has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Bridgewater College, and a Master of Education degree from Northwestern State University in Health Promotion. She was certified by the Board of Certification in 1996 and is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Medicine as an Athletic Trainer, Pharmacy Technician, and Emergency Medical Technician. Ellen has 11 years clinical athletic training experience; the last ten of those years were with RMH Rehab Services. She has also spent the last nine years working for Rockingham County Public Schools at Broadway High School as the Head Athletic Trainer. Ellen resides in Port Republic and primarily works with Volleyball, Women’s Basketball, and Track & Field. Powers comes to Bridgewater College with a variety of athletic training experience. As a graduate of North Dakota State University and James Madision University, he has spent 27 years working in the clinical and secondary school environments. Athletic training has allowed him to work with several international sports teams in many different countries including the 1996 Olympics Games in Atlanta. Scott resides in Dayton with his wife Pam and their sons, Justin, Jake, Joshua and Jason.

Barbara Long

Sarah Cook

Chase Hale

Ellen Hicks

Scott Powers


STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING HEAD STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COORDINATOR JOE SOLTIS Joe Soltis is entering his eighth year as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Bridgewater College. Soltis comes to Bridgewater college as a USA Weightlifting Club Coach. He actively competes in Olympic Weightlifting and won his weight class at the Arnold Classic in 2009. Soltis played running back for Emory & Henry and spent four years as an assistant coach at Glenvar High School in Salem, Va. from 1990-94. Soltis is also the Offensive Coordinator for the Bridgewater College Football team. He resides in Bridgewater and is married to the former April Fifer, a 2004 Bridgewater graduate and a teacher in the Rockingham County Public Schools

ASST. STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COORDINATOR STEPHON HEALEY Stephon Healey will begin his seventh year as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coordinator. Healey came to the States from London, England. Healey studied as an intern under both Keith Morgan at the National Sports Center in Crystal Palace, London and with Edgar Curtis at the Leeds Rhinos (professional rugby team). Healey has experience in competing and coaching at both Powerlifting and Olympic lifting meets. Healey played collegiate football at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. A graduate from the University of Greenwich (London), Healey has his undergraduate degree in Education and Human Movement Studies. Healey is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Certified USA Weightlifting club coach.

The mission of the Bridgewater College's Strength and Conditioning Program is to assist BC athletes in enhancing their athletic performance. Our goal is to undertake this mission by reducing the risk of athletic injury, developing the force potential (strength and power) of each athlete, enhancing the specific movement patterns related to their activity and addressing the energy needs for each sport. Ultimately we intend to maximize the athletic potential of each of our student athletes.


Commissioner Brad Bankston Celebrating its 35th year of operations, the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) is one of the nation’s largest Division III conferences. The 14- member ODAC, including one associate member, stands as the second-largest multi-sport NCAA Division III conference in the country. The league was formed on May 18, 1975 as the Virginia College Conference and began operations in September of 1976. (The name change to Old Dominion Athletic Conference became effective January 1, 1976). Charter members were eight colleges located in the state of Virginia: Bridgewater College, Eastern Mennonite College, Emory & Henry College, Hampden-Sydney College, Lynchburg College, Randolph-Macon College, Roanoke College and Washington and Lee University. From its initial year of operation through the 1981-82 academic year, the ODAC sponsored competition in 10 men’s varsity sports, including football, soccer, and cross country in the fall; basketball, wrestling, and indoor track and field in the winter; and baseball, golf, tennis, and outdoor track and field in the spring. Women’s sports were added prior to the 1982-83 school year. Today, the ODAC has grown to Sponsor championships in 22 sports (10 men and 12 women) and houses nine full-time coeducational institutions with four single-gender schools making up the current 13 full-time members. The conference expanded in the late 1980s, early 1990s and most recently in 1999. Virginia Wesleyan became the 13th member of the conference in 1988 and began full-scale competition in the league in the 1989-90 academic year. Guilford College, voted into the conference in the spring of 1990, began competing for conference championships in the 1991-92 season. The Catholic University of America (DC) was accepted for associate membership in football on January 12, 1999. Over the past 16 years the conference and the City of Salem, Va., have gained national attention through hosting five NCAA Division III championships in football, men’s basketball, softball, baseball, women’s lacrosse, and volleyball. The growing list of titles passed out in Salem began in the fall of 1993 with the DIII Football Championship. Through the 2008-09 academic year, the conference and city have hosted 46 NCAA Division III Championships since the ‘93 Stagg Bowl. This year, the two will serve as hosts to the DIII football and men’s basketball championships.

Asst. Commissioner J.J. Nekoloff

Director of Championships Mollie Robertson

Mary Jane Esperiti Administrative Assistant


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Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 13 Mar. 16 Mar. 17 Mar. 19

at N.C. Wesleyan (DH) at N.C. Wesleyan vs. Cortland State = at Christopher Newport Messiah (DH) Elizabethtown (DH) Shenandoah Hampden-Sydney* (DH) vs. Juniata^ vs. Bethany Lutheran^ vs. Thomas More^ (DH) vs. Mount Union^ at Virginia Wesleyan*(DH) Eastern Mennonite* at Shenandoah at Randolph-Macon*

11:00 a.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 1:00 p.m 11:00 a.m 1:00 p.m 4:00 p.m. Noon TBA TBA TBA TBA 11:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon

Mar. 22 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 28 Mar. 30 Mar. 31 Apr. 2 Apr. 5 Apr. 6 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 13 Apr. 16

at Eastern Mennonite* at Mary Washington at Roanoke (DH)* Mary Washington Washington and Lee* at Ferrum Emory & Henry (DH)* at Washington and Lee* Christopher Newport Ferrum Lynchburg (DH)* at Catholic at Guilford

Home Games in Bold ^ Winter Haven, Fla. = at Christopher Newport (DH) Doubleheader

4:00 pm 4:00 pm Noon 4:00 pm 4:00 pm 6:00 pm Noon 5:00 pm 4:00 pm 4:00 pm Noon 4:00 pm Noon

* ODAC Games

2011 Bridgewaetr Baseball Media Guide  

2011 Bridgewaetr Baseball Media Guide

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